System Engineer’s Space for Designing & Testing

(Source: John Roselle)

Many complicated motion control and power electronics systems comprise thousands of parts and dozens of embedded systems. Thus, it makes sense that a systems engineer like New Jersey-based John Roselle would have more than one workspace for simultaneously planning, designing, … Continue reading

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Professor’s Convertible Electronics Workspace

Coulston can reconfigure his desk into the embedded workstation pictured here.

In addition to serving as a contributor and technical reviewer for Circuit Cellar, Chris Coulston heads the Computer Science and Software Engineering department at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. He has a broad range of technical interests, including embedded systems, … Continue reading

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Engineer’s Transformable Workspace

When the front is open, Mike can tackle hardware projects (Source: Mike Sydor)

No two workspaces or circuit cellars are alike. And that’s what makes studying these submissions so fascinating. Each space reflects the worker’s interests, needs, and personality. Succasunna, NJ-based Mike Sydor’s penchant for “hacking” isn’t relegated solely to electronics. His entire … Continue reading

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Birmingham-Based Electronics Design Nook

Steve Karg's circut cellar in Birmingham, AL

Steve Karg of Birmingham, AL, recently submitted info about his well-planned, cost-conscious design nook where he builds lighting control products, develops software, tests and debugs his projects, and more. The workspace is compact yet intelligently stocked with essentials such as … Continue reading

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Navy Engineer’s Innovation Space

Bill is self-proclaimed "hardware guy"

When electrical engineer Bill Porter isn’t working on unmanned systems projects for the Navy, he spends a great deal of engineering time at his workspace in Panama City Beach, FL. Bill submitted the interesting images that follow (along with several … Continue reading

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